New York, NY, August 19, 2019 -- CyberRisk Alliance (“CRA”), a business intelligence company serving the cybersecurity and information risk management marketplace, has acquired Cybersecurity Collaborative, a peer council platform for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and other senior-level security executives from Stuart Cohen, the company’s founder and CEO. Stuart will continue to lead the business as its chief executive.
Cybersecurity Collaborative is a private, member-only peer council that facilitates collaboration among the senior most security leaders of large corporations, government agencies and municipalities, healthcare institutions, academia and non-profit organizations. The company was organized in December 2017 by a group of industry leading CISOs seeking a private, secure environment to share skills, knowledge and experiences on security and IT challenges. By leveraging the platform, member CISOs strengthen the security readiness and defense of their respective organizations, as well as help expand the knowledge of the broader cybersecurity community. The company plans to introduce a new membership council for small-to-medium-businesses and non-profit organizations with small IT teams and limited resources. This new membership platform was validated though extensive research and a successful beta program. It will provide its membership with timely content, guidance and access to seasoned security and IT professionals, among other services.
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